Chance of rain .with an expected
high of 60. '
Bienniel biceps-beating isn't
necessary. Ses editorial, page 2.
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VOL. LVII NO. 120
Complete tP) Wir Serricc
CHAPEL HILL, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY. MARCH 22, 1957
Office in Gratyam Memorial
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By BOB HIGH
The highest-ranking University of
Vrth Carolina basketball fan in
this .state will be the featured speak
er today at the fifth Business Fair
being held here Jn Carroll Hall.
feixires an ex.peciea wu persons on 1
Industry in North Carolina."
nr' a 1 i 1
lue meme oi ins exposition win j
be, "What North Carolina Can Do
v... Mr: Industry."
!f.w' Fair. , sponsored by Alpha
Kapa Psi professional business fra
ternity and the School of Business
Administration, will have three sem
inars today starting at 1 p.m.
Exhibits will be shewn at 12:30
end during the intermission of each Capus M. Waynick, past direc- j the state where they interviewed j experts for detailed study a Brit
pem'.nar. The exhibits are sponsor- tor of the Governor's Small Indus- j the Governor, Waynick and other in- j pr0p0sai for pronation con
ed by the various industries in tries Plan, High Point, will make chvstrial executives; reported Rat- j struction of an Iraq Iran Turkey
.orth Carolina. j the introduction of the Governor led ?e. I pipeline bv making an American-!
Speakers appearing today besides after opening remarks. Waynick will "The concept of the fair this year, Rritic, .;. thn '
Gov. Hodges include G. F. Al-
bright and Walter W. Harper, both
o. uie Dept. of conservation and tend the official welcome to the cusinessmen alike for its educa- j g Blocked out in principle pos
Development in Raleigh. Albright participating persons and visitors. : tion of such a exposition gain," ! moves to establish interna-
will head the seminar on "Develop- "Through this fair we hope to ! (See FAIR, Page 4) .' Lin,i , r .1,. r,if f
DUE TO SATURDAY CLASSES:
Evans Cites Problems
In Recreation At UNC
Saturday classes have given risei
to serious recreaticnaS problems
at UNC. aecordine to Sonnv Evans.!
Student Party candidate for presi
dent of the student body.
He pointed out the present student
jinion building, Graham .Memorial.
wasj built in the 1939's and is not
adequate to meet the needs of a
greatly enlarged student body.
; te reskient ol the etudent body
should push the drive for a new
stadent union building, he said.
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crease "funds used for the benefit "As a member of the Board of tem. Sloan said he would have a
of Victory Village residents. Id Directors I have been interested in correspondent for the1 paper in
the past these activities have in-1 tne drive for a new student union.' e3cn dorm. The correspondent
luded children's programs and I am aware of the importance of would probably be the dorm news
bridge lessons for residents of the this largest single item in our stu- paper editor or a person appoint
VOlage. , dent government budget and as ed bv the dorm president because
Thi3 program should become a president I would seek to see that 0f ms interest lrt writing,
part of GM's . yearly activities, he we finally achieve the completion of Thp ctrinT,r" would forward
Since 1933 when the trustees in-j
ftituted Saturday classes at Ca-j
ronna, we campus nas been faced
vitha serious problem of providing
a recreaUonal program adequate
for a growing student hoay- The
best center for such development is
Graham Memorial which is sitll
boused in the wing of the building
originally begun in 1932.
a new student union building is
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will be so cramped that its effec-
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tiveness will contihue to be serious-
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ly limited, he said.
"'In the past few months the
Board of Directors of GM succeed-'
ed in obtaining administration ap-
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union building through a direct ap-
By H-JOOST P0LAK ) April 2nd.
Favorable action on the newly Other action by the body inqlud
revised constitution, appropriations ed the introduction for future con
of money, and a bit of urging di- sideration of a bill recommending
reeled at the University Traffic that the Graham Memorial authori
Cemmittee composed the legisla- ties purchase and install a color
live action of the Student Legisla- television set and a . bill which
ture's meeting last night. - would e-'lablish a permanent
Both a resolution to accept ths foreign exchange student commit-
cut down constitution and a bloc tee. ' ' ,
of 21 junior-sized bills pertaining Resignations from the Legisla
to the revised standard were pass- tore were tendered by Represent
ed without dissent. tative Sylvia Phillips and the
Organizations acquiring subsidiza- body's clerk, Miss Kathy LeGrande.
iicn from the body were the De- Two new appointments were
bate Squad, which received $145 made that of Ben van Woltz as
to finance ' its impending trip to new chairman of the Rules "Corn
Wins ton-Sal em . to participate in mittee by acclamation of the Leg
the ACC debate tournament; the islature, and David Evans as a new
Carolina Quarterly, which got $375. representative
and the UNC Graduate Club. The reading of a letter from
N In a:r3ution passed unani-
mously the University Traffic Com-
mittee was urged to amend its
rules to allow residents of Town
Men's HI to tark in the Morehead
Planetarium lot on election day,
raent of Small Industries ' In North
Carolina," while Harper is a speak
on the "Attraction of New Indus
try into North Carolina." ' ' ,
Heading the third seminar this
'afternoon will 'be James S. Cunrie,
n ; . 7 ;
iearen in niueign. iurne uts.-;
cuss -Proposed State Tax Revisions
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cna us iiieci on uie inausinu ue
velopment of North Carolina." .
Inau4liys viewul f-'j
nUl be presented by Ben Smith
cf the Black Panther Co., Sanford;
Jack Worsham, Southern Plasms ;
Engineering. Greensboro; Carl E. j
Uiass, Talon, Inc., Dallas, Texas;
-nd Truman H Afford Charles
nd Truman II. Safford, Charles ,
ifllow Bob Ratledge, president of
i. 11 T" 1 Tk A.1 1 ! J A, i
the Alpha Kappa Psi, who will ex-
propriation of the 1959 North Caro-
lina General Assembly. The admin-
Juration's approval is based on tlw?
board's pledge to present a detail-
ed outline of the building its faci -
lities and programming.
"It will be the job of students
ind the president of the student
body, who is chairman of the Board
iof Directors, to push the develop1
;nent and presentation of this pro-
posal . before the meetings of the
Advisory Budget Commission
year," he said.
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a union building and union program
1 t Ml m .
v.nicn v.iu compare tavoraoiy witn
that of State and WC." Evans said.
"1 am also interested in seeing
tna um extend itself further Into
another field of its work-wopera-
tion with Victory Village officials.'
The hundreds of people who live
:n Victory Village pay student fee-
but do not find time to take part
in many of the GMAB-sponsored
activities." he said.
of its funds in arranging, activities
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dents of the viDege.
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I believe that funs made avai-
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sponsoring bridge lessons for resi-j
lable for such projects should be"
increased and that Victory Village
programs should become a definite
aii ui -uitr vx.fr&Lj jtai i.y atuvi'
ties," he said.
new Chancellor William Aycock
thanking the body for their recent
expression of confidence in him,
and voicing his trust in the LegL. -
lature completed the business of
present the ways in which North
Carolina is striving' to encourage
both the internal arid external indus
trial growth of the state. We be
lieve that we have set uo a worth-
while program and one which
ihould make businessmen aware ,
cf the poientiaKties of our state."
to better familiarize both the pub-
lv and fartnrc nf inHnsHv with thA
Governor's smaU industries pro-
the profitabie establishment
or extension of inriustries ,in North
Can)Una . spokesman stated
fa order to obtain landing
1 ers 3 d dlsplays- a student i
commi ttee went to RaJ ei gh , Greens-
bora, Durham and other cities in'
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is one which "has been commended
by educators and North Carolina
At IDC Meeting
Charlie Sloan, candidate or ed-
itor of The Daily Tar Heel, an
nounced Wednesday night what he
term3d "two positive plans',' for
j the improvement of the paper,
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V Speakin at the IDC meeting,
PPe having a -stringer-
r. oeuer coverage 01
dormitory news, and a system of
relating World news to the camp-
us through faculty members who
know somethlng-of what the news '
topic is about. j
explaining his "stringer sys
t the aper all news of int?rest
gUch ajJ sociaj eyents and intra.
murals and wouU write occasional
isl . . ,1
He would ajso report on other .
items of interest on dorm incidents
nA Anr.m 1if , crtm.
I 111 l0 lUiVJ VIA M fci k-'N- O-iU
good editorial page copy," said
slQan gaid dom correspon.
m. . . . oon rofflllar
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take a story, and would know that
it was nis Job to take all news to
The Daily Tar Heel.
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But this "stringer" system,
(See SLOAN, Page 4)
jq rftj!Q STUDENTS MERCHANTS TOGETHER:
First Students Day Observed Here
Today will be the first "Stu-
dents' Day of Values" in Chapel
' Students' Day" has been set
up to bring the students and mer
chants of Chapel Hill and Carr
boro together," said Ken Clark,
one 'of the backers of the event. .
Chapel Hill and Carrboro mer
chant., who display banners in their
window-' will be participating in
the "bargain day."
"Plans are now in the works
for another obstrvance. of "Stu
dents' Day", next fall,, said Bob
Young, president of the student -
body . "I hope this one will be a
great success." . -
"'Students' Day' has taken the
time of many persons to plan this
yfUL lil Uioo. uuy, oaiu i uuug. jLiii;
merchants have been most coop
erative in thta experimental en
deavor. "The success of this particular
day's program will determine
whether or not they are held in
the future," Young said.
1 "Next, fall," Young said, "there
j will' be a 'Students' Day and a
blanket, across-the-board discount
Two Chiefs Confer, .
TUCKER'S TOWN, ,Bermuda
(AP) President Eisenhower and
Prime Minister Macmillan were
reported tonight to have reaciied
La "gratifying measure of agree-
ment'on future moves solving
crucial 'Middle East problems . in
cluding the Suez Canal issue, y
Later it was learned that the two
government chiefs had; '
1. Discussed with considerable
accord steps which may have; to
b? taken when the present ie
gctiations of U.N. Secretary Gen
eral Dag Ilammarskjold wth
Egypt's President Nasser over pay-1
ments of Suez tolls either succeed
fir fai, - 1
9 PpfoT.,.0,i tn a nmmitt 'ftf
guaranteeing permanent freedom
of 0jj jQW
to assure free passage of all ships
into th? Gulf of Aqaba. Resort
may be made to the world court
or other international agency. 1
4. Considered a formula for
solving the immediate problem of
the Gaza Strip by getting UNEF
troops stationed at key , points on
both sides of the Israeli-Gaza
bcrder and fixing U."N. responsi
bility for security inside the strip
with Egypt retaining civilian ad
ministration. Israelis, Arabs Clash
TEL AVIV (AP)--Israel aid
today its troops clashed with Arab
forces on the frontiers of both Sy-
ria and Jordan.
'An-' armv headquarter spwkew-
man said the latest incident in a'
series of Israeli border clashes '
this week was a one-hour gun
battle between Israel and Jordan
forces on the northern frontier.
He said an Israeli patrol inter
cepted "a unit of Jordan legion
naires while entering Israeli ter
ritory northeast of Megiddo."
The spokesman said that as the
Israeli patrol approached the '
scene, automatic weapons and
rifle fire opened up from Jordan
positions across the frontier. ,
unaer mis cover, ine joraan-
jail iVfttvmiun vowautu uav.iv "vv
, . , -
ituiunu, lilt; apurv. caiiiaji uiviui.u.
He said the exchange lasted an
hour but there were no Israeli
casualties. Megiddo is about 25
miles southeast of Haifa.
PARIS (AP) A Paris Leftist
paper reported today France will
provide air cover for Israel if
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hostilities break out again be
tween Israel and Egypt.
The report was neither denied,
nor confirmed by French officials
to all students by all members of
the Merchants' Assn."
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Young said that to him, this w.as
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j thanks to the merchants partici-
the ideal "bargain day," for stu- be the. first time that a program pating and he hoped that the pro
dents who shop with the local mar- of this type has ever been attempt- gram would prove to be of value
chants. He expounded further that ed. y to many individual students.
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Spring Swing Star .
Don Shirley, pictured above, and his trio will play here today
to open sophomore "Spring Swing" weekend festivities. The concert
today will be held in Memorial Hall from 4-6:30 p.m. Tickets are
$1 and may be purchased at Graham Memorial, the "Y" and Kemp's.
AT SPRING SWING FESTIVITIES
Don-Shirley's iazz trio "will ush-
etin thc Sophomore-IDC's Spring
Swing Festivities in Memorial
alx trom 4-t:dU p.m. today.
Jazz pianist Shirley will be ac
companied by Daivd Moore and
Kenneth Fricker on bass and
Following the concert, the Duke
Ambassadors will provide music
for a campus-wid? dance to be
held from 8-11
p.m. in Woollen
Concert tickets are available for j
$1 stag or drag at Graham Memor-!
ial, the "Y" and Kemp's. Sopho
mores will be admitted.
Miss Barbara Prago and Pee
Wee Batten will entertain during
the concert intermission. Two gift
certficates will likewise be award-
ed to ticket holders at this time
Included in the sslections to be I fied that he must take the tests
featured by the trio are "I Can't and who has not done so has been
Get Started", "Autumn Leaves", j asked t& attend on one of the
"Sometimes I'm Happy", and nights. Failure to do so will re
"Tenderly". suit in a $2 fine, according to an
IDC President Sonny Hallford announcement from the General
pointed out that the concert time Ccllege.
the student body was very fortun-
ate in receiving the benefits that
I. ' - . . . . . .
have been assured, since tnis is lo
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Mm Will De
Hal I Today
was changed so not to conflict
iT'i "Ifcnii -nrr
rfav nihf. wtfaTi,cr"y xvrij-canna is corn-
"I would like to encourage all
to attend what I feel will be a
most enjoyable concert." Hallford
Er.glish Proficiency Test
To Run Three More Days
English proficiency tests will be
given at 7 p.m.Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday in 106 Hanes
All students in the General Col
lege wha have completed Eng
lish 2 are required to take the
examination before they are to be
admitted into the upper colleges.
Any student who has been noti-
"The Merchants As.n. has been
, most entnusiastic in us endorse-
I . .f Jt iJ -. 1 nnl
ment 01 me iuea, aim m.j ic
I tnai 11 nas iremenaous puiem-ai
Rvalue to both the students and to
themselves," the president report-
The student body head went on
to express thanks to the persons
who have been most responsible for
' recognition for his industrious ef
fort in fcrrming the achievement
- of the set-up.
"Don' Furtado has been chair
man of the Student Committee
and he and his group, Wayne Ven
ters, Bob Jones and Betty Carolyn
Huffman, have done an outstand
ing job in the amount of time that
they have had to work," Young
went on to say.
In concluding, Young hoped
that all students wrould take ad
vantage of the valuer that would
be offered. He also said that he
wished to express his sincere
Feels Better Prepared'
For Committee Service
Frank Crouther Thursday resigned from the r.ue lor
editorship of .The Daily Tar Heel.
Crowther -dropped ottt of the rare in order to devote
more time to the Carolina Symposium, he said.
Listed as his reasons for leaving the campaign were lack
of experience in "the mechanics of journalism" as opposed to
"knowledge of symposium procedures."
. .. 'Crowther said the decision was
Award Will Be
Tht winner of the annual Oliver
Max Gardner Award will be an
nounced here tonight. I
The award, created by the will
of the late Governor Gardner, goes
each year, "to that member of
the faculty of the Consolidated
University of North Carolina,
who, during the current scholastic
year, has made the greatest con
tribution to the welfare of the hu
The award carries a cash grant
from the annual income of a $25,
000 trust fund.
The winner of the award will
be named at a banquet to be held
at Lenoir Hall at 6:30 p.m. Rep
resentatives of all three branches
of the Consolidated University will
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posed of the University at Chap-
el Hill, the Woman's College at
Greensboro and N. C. State Col
lege in Italeigh.
The presentation of the award
which is in the form of a citation,
will be made by former Lieuten-1
ani governor H. v. layior. uu
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President William C. F'riday will
preside at the dinner. The prin
cipal speech of the evening will
be given by Governor Luther H.
Hodges. Taylor is chairman of the
Gardner Award Committee of the
UNC Board of Trustees.
The ihvecsticr. -sill be delivered
hu (ha Pp. Ramiifl W AfnT.ir Hi
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rector of student activities. Music
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for the program will be furnished
u.. u t ri,.A.p!(i -.. h,, 1
jy cue uuivcidiL vnui u ujiu.-
, the direction of Dr. Wilton Mas-
on of the UNC Music Dept.
j Discussion of slow mail service
and dormitory standing in intra-; ber of job whic'i will necessari
murals were part of IDC business ly command most of my extra
during a meeting Wednesday , curricular time would have to be
night. I spent in association with the Sym-
jr'aui uarr. cnairman ot tne
special committc . investigating
mail service, said he had talked
to the postmaster about the late
delivery of mail in district five
(Battle - Vance - Pettigrew dormi
He said the postmaster was un
able to distribute mail everywhere
early in the day because there
was not enough help. To solve
the problem, the postmaster had
asked for a substation on the
campus, but had been refused by
Jimmy Womble, chairman of the
IDC intramurals committee, an
nounced that Everett lead with
388 points; Battle-Vance-Pettigrew
was second with 340.8; Joyner
third with 338.8. He said he was
trying to get plaques or certifi
cates to be rewards for winning
teams and to be kept in the dorm
Sonny Hallford, IDC president,
said the names of all candidates
for dorm presidents and vice-presidents
must be submitted to him
by today. The IDC will have its
election Wednesday, April 3.
made with "certainty determina
tion and purposefulness . . . after
making another appraisal of my
past experience and weighing my
capabilities with my basic in
terests . . ."
"I feel that the Symposium Is
more attuned to my capacity,"
Crowther expressed thanks to
the people aiding in his campaign.
He said, "I hope they will not
feelI have let them down; I trust
that I will render a service of an
other kind in which I may per
form more competently and for
which I consider myself better
Of the editorship. Crowther
said, "I certainly do not minimize
the importance and singular sig-
1 1 1
. .withdraws from race
! nifieance of The Daily Tar Heel
land still stand behind everything
have proposed in my platform,
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maintaining that the payer should
reflect a more coherent picture
of the University's life."
Crowthrr said of his plans for
the Symposium, '"I have been com
paring, last year's publications and
general information concerning
the Symposium while trying to
formulate and correlate some of
my own ideas which I think relev
ant andpossibly worthy of consid
eration lor ihe 1958 presentation.
"In reviewing these facts, I
; realize that, to perform the cali-
1 posium Committee
functioning in any assigned ca
Games To Be On TV
North Carolina's bid for th
NCAA bask-hall championship
will bt carried en at least two
TV stations in this state. Greens
boro and Charlotte have an
nounced plans to carry the gam
es Friday and Saturday.
IN THE INFIRMARY
Stwdents in the Infirmary yes
Misses Anita Edwards, Frances
Plyler and Bruce Morton, Rob
ert Paine, Francis James, San
ford Thomson, Benton Beard,
Roy Cashion, David Collins, Reid
Brawley, Tate . Robertson, Nor
man Draper, Bobby Deaver,
Claude Harris, Richard Eaton,
William Courie, Stephen Bialek,
Charles Northcutt, Harvey Jones,
Thomas Saboski, Charles Davis,
Joe Brown and John Amy.